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commissioner dejesus: is that for us? president marshall: do you want us to look at it right now? >> we want you to accept it. president marshall: we accept it. >> first off, my name is allen, and i'm -- president marshall: tell everyone i'm going to hold it to three minutes. the packages are from clintse clients, customers showing support for us. e-mail letters, petitions. we also -- prite of these crime logs, -- we also have private crime logs. her studies were somewhat limited. there was no guarantee from this confidential. we have given information to the police department before, and it has leaked out. so we have an air of distrust. i think her report is full of mistakes, flaws, and probably a few lies. 837 of the penal code says how you can arrest a person as a private person. you can arrest a person for a felony if it happens in in your presence, or you can arrest a person if you have reasonable cause inform believe that that person committed a felony, even if it was not in your presence. she comes from massachusetts, it may be a little different there. we have a lot of su
are higher than the other urban districts, though san diego has matched us in english language arts. in math we are still definitely the highest as compared to the state. so as we feel the pride over these results, we must also always remember that when looking at our african-american students as compared to other urban districts districts of -- urban zrinths, we have the lowest performance, and we should be mindful of that trend. >> the state closed the achievement gap with regards to its latino students but did not do so with regards to its african-american students. in math the state did manage to close the gap -- narrow the gap i should say -- with both the african frown and latino students, just like us. and the last slide, we have been brainstorming with different principles. what could be some of the reasons for our success? we took one pattern, which are the math gains that we are seeing, and tried to break it down from the curriculum to the student level. what we found was in terms of the curriculum, principals have reported, and we have found that the adoption of everyday math curr
is for us to set priority. priorities. at the same time i think we need to ask our director of o.c.c. if she would like to be a part of the retreat if this agenda is of interest fot o.c.c.. >> i thank you very much, commissioner kingsley, and i was surprised that the retreat had been proposed for september 25 because i was not given notification of it. it is, of course, eye public meeting and i do, as the director of o.s. -- c.c. report to this commission. mission as oversight over the office of citizen complaints. in i would like to be part of the commission. part of the retreat. unfortunately i will be out of town on september 25. i am attending a conference in seattle that eek. i had planned to be away. i already have travel plans in place. i was unawrare this was being scheduled. >> so the chief is ify. she can't be here. >> what about sunday? >> what about the following sunday? does anybody have anything? because we do want the chief and we do want the director. >> i agree that the o.v.v. should be del if invited. we're talking about consecutiving a gent scomprks -- i think when we set
is if they don't concern issfpd, they don't get the respect with a meineke client, but for us that is not a compelling reason -- or they might not get a client, but for us that is not a compelling reason. security is a growing industry. i am sure they will have a fine livelihood outside the city, but there is nothing they are offering to do or that you could offer to them other than that the services you are now in this connection with the city and the sfpd. they can still help the citizenry, the private individual and private business. they just don't need to be under you. vice president mazzucco: did you find anything about the rates that patrol specials sell to their clients? what are the rates they get? and does that compare differently from what private security businesses are getting. our patrol specials getting more because of this affiliation with the san francisco police department and the police commission? do they get an inflated rate because of that? >> the simple answer is, no, we did not get the information on exactly the rates. the patrol specials refused to giv
. please stand and join us in the pledge of allegiance. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen. please now direct your attention to the roll call of the police commission. commission president joe marshall? president marshall: present. >> commission vice-president, mazzucco? vice president mazzucco: present. commissioner chan: present. commissioner kingsley: present. >> thank you, commissioners. also see it with the commission is the assistant chief of police. mr. president, you have a quorum. president marshall: thank you, lieutenant. this is a regular meeting for the san francisco police commission, wednesday, september 1. let's call item no. 1 and get that out of the way. lieutenant reilly: item 1 is approval of the minutes, for the regular meetings may 12 and may 19, 2010. president marshall: commissioners, in your packet you have the meeting minutes. if there are no changes, we will accept a motion. >> so moved.
for joining us. we begin with breaking news in the district. there has been a drive-by in northeast. three people including two teens have been shot. one of the teenagers believed to be seriously wounded. other teen was struck in the foot. witness says several people were in the area of 53 and clay streets when shots were fired. prince george's county police are investigating a rash of strong armed robberies tonight. victims all university of maryland student being mugged by several people. walking at night in a group no guarantee that you will be safe. >> it's scary. it really is. it's something you have to keep an eye out for. >>> the muggings are putting some students on edge. last friday three umd students getting into a car at this hotel at baltimore avenue and berwyn road are attacked by three suspects. >> very scary knowing it's that close to home and it happens more often this semester than in the past. >>> two days later five crooks jumped three students at a bus stop. and a week later this past saturday morning a student walking on hartwalk and princeton avenue is approached by f
holt. the two of us are sitting here together, it means one thing, it's a monday holiday. we're laboring away. matt and meredith will be back tomorrow. always good to be with you. >> the "b" team. no, we're the "a" team. >> b-plus. anyway, this time last week, of course, we were watching tropical storm and then hurricane earl made a real close pass to the east coast and now we're looking back in the gulf there is a new storm to worry about today. >> that's right. it's tropical storm hermine which formed in the gulf of mexico overnight. it's the eighth named storm of the season. tropical storm warnings have been posted already for northern mexico and south texas, which could get hit with severe flash flooding. we're going to get the very latest on the track of the storm in just a moment. >>> then, it has happened again. another woman has had acid thrown in her face, the second time in less than a week. this time the attack occurred in arizona. once again, it was another woman who did it. was it a topee cat attack? we'll ask an expert coming up. >> unbelievable. >>> plus an nbc
a greater bond between the police and the patrol specials. use that to strengthen both. if you -- the missions and values are to protect the safety and security of everyone who lives in this city. thank you. [applause] >> i have read the report. i have no affiliation what soofer with the police specials. but i would like to sbeak from the pro-- i would like to speak from the perception as the taxpayer. if the 10-b program is the elephant in the room, it is a drain larger than these patrols. i think the city government is saying they will go up to obtain the mean, but they can't because all the government entities are running into similar problems. so you knt do that. so you need to solve the problems locally. it seems to me police patrols are a tool. a way for you to consider solving the problem. i would like to offer this report. which in my opinion is diametrical opposition to the report that was offered airlinier. -- earlier. the reason for that again is because this prort talks about what this benefit to the taxpayers. so i would hope that the discussion doesn't stop here.
to give us lots of material on the history of patrol specials and some of the evolution. we also looked at the rules and procedures and the evolution of those and all the changes that occurred since the commission started with rules and procedures, right down to the current interim rules. we looked at disciplinary cases, we looked at actually were the beats were. there are 64 beats. the city, and that has an historical -- there are 64 beat's throughout the city and that has an historical background. we look at which ones were active and which were not, and we met with a smaller group of concerned special patrol clients and a few patrol specials themselves for more in-depth discussions on things as we were finding them out. some of the things that we found out i will go over in detail. but because most of you will have had a chance to chat with and all of you have had a chance to read the report, there is a lot more in the newspaper and on the television already about this. the final recommendation for the city. keep in mind, are charged with this was to look at, what is the mission, vis
of the missing man. >> major change when you checkout crags list the website is blocked its u.s. few hours from looking at adults service ads. >> warning out of beech chorus as thousands had to the shore this holiday what you need to know before getting in the water. >> if you're headed to the beach boys you have a nice one on tap. the last one of this week it's going to be cool starting tomorrow. tomorrow forcing the sun, a nice, clear conditions. >> the last day folks go to the beach is the last day of these warm temperatures this is shots from the marin headlands you can see the sun rising this morning and it's going to be a hot one out there. in some locations were going to get up in the '90s. a pleasant forecast for you but with tomorrow comes a huge pool that will get to that in a minute. the show your current aperture is out there for 86 in san francisco, oakland about the same. not you in san jose in the upper 50s right now- and keeping it cool it santa rosa at about 50 degrees. if you're heading out of town labor day temperatures up to the north getting up into 86 degrees. up to about
that are not covered by pafrol specials. and if that understanding is correct, then does that lead us to the point that some of the neighborhoods that have hadded benefit where police officers have to go to a particular location then those neighborhoods where the businesses can't afford police specials wouldn't have access to police specials are at a disadvantage for the lack of access? >> you talked about something really important. this negotiation of paying for police services -- this notion of paying for police services is not a system you want to be endorsing. people pay taxes. you have the police department. they breaux provide services consistently. that's not a good thing to be happening in the city. if vings choose to have additional security, they are -- if vings choose to have additional scurt, they are welcome to it. you have this notion that t1 you have this notion that the sfp depfment isn't quite up to muster and you need to pay us in order for you to be safe. not something that is a good message to be spending to the community. if they want security, they can have it, but i don't t
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